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[applause] .. when winston churchill was writing his great biography of his ancestors someone asked him how he was coming along and he said i am working on the fifth of a projected four volumes. i am not comparing myself to winston churchill but in regard to the lyndon johnson biography we are sort of in the same boat. i have been writing about lyndon johnson so long sometimes people ask me don't you get bored? the answer is the very opposite is true. i don't think of these books as being about lyndon johnson just like a power broker was not about robert moses. just to tell the life of a famous man from the moment i first thought about doing books i thought of biographies, i thought of biographies as a way of examining the great forces that shaped the times they lived in and particularly political power. why is political power so important? we live in a democracy. we have the power of the votes we cast that ballot boxes and the more we know about political power really works not as it is taught in textbooks and high school and college but to ignore naked reality of political power t
to the global recovery. >> winston churchill once said that the americans always do the right thing but only after extinguishing every other possibility. ther is precisely what the americans are doing here. >> reporter: bremmer believes washington won't go over that cliff, but fixing europe could take years. yain reportedly could request a nuro zone bailout as early as next weekend. ekenelley: anthony, thanks very much. those are some of the same tions ons we put together to one of the most powerful women in the world economy. christine legarde is managing ristiner of the international monetary fund. the i.m.f. is essentially a massive bank set up after world war ii to help countries with herrnational trade. lagarde was a french finance minister. she took over the i.m.f. last slower. at her headquarters in washington today, we asked her why the world economy has been slowing for the last several ounths. nayou have several factors. i would name as the first one the global uncertainty as to how and when the european crisis will be addressed and resolved. ede second one is how and when the fisc
, imagine a world war ii with britain led by a 25-year-old winston churchill. right? you need wisdom. you need wisdom. society's need wisdom and knowledge. they value older people. but operationally, functionally, you know, we slow down. we're less precise. we remember less. we're less effective than we could or should be. we asked the question of how complicated with the training be, and what did these things are reimbursable -- reversible? i will tell you, everything is reversible. everything can be improved. every dimension of the physical, functional brain can be reversed in a positive direction. it is all reversible. we're constructed to be basically reversible. so, first of all, we look at the process of the brain as it relates to the alertness of the brain. look at recovery. we look at the process as it relates to the intentional control of the bravin. we look at the accuracy as to how the brain receives information. is schematically approved by training. we can speed up the brain almost always by two to three-fold in an old animal or human not so far away from the end of life. we
the sources of our great power and to lead the course of human events. sir winston churchill once said of george marshall, "he always fought victoriously against defeatism, the discouragement, and dissolution." that is the role our friends want us to play again, and the role we must play. the 21st century can and must be an american century. it began with terror and war and economic calamity. it is our duty to steer it under the path of freedom and peace and prosperity. the torch america carries is one of decency and hope. it is not america's torch alone, but it is america's duty and honor to hold it high enough that all the world can see it's like. thank you so much for your participation in this great charge. god bless you, and god bless the united states of america. thank you very much. [applause] ♪ ♪ her heal ♪ >> coming up, a discussion on the economy and camp and 2012. the heads of the u.s. chamber of commerce, business roundtable and a national retailer federation looked at what they see as the most important business issues this election cycle. you can see it live at 8:30
political heroes has always been, i am proud to say, the son of a nyc native, sir winston churchill. [applause] churchill belonged to two parties in his lifetime while always being an independent. having been a republican and democrat and independent in new york, i can relate to that, putting the common good and head of party politics and the next election was at the core of churchill's approach to leadership. it was an approach that i have always believed we need more up at every level of government all around the world, especially now. these are difficult times. the shift in the global economy , pressure on spending and taxes, on matching deficits and unleashing the forces of innovation. from everything i have seen, the u.k.'s first coalition government since churchill is meeting these challenges head on. in the face of the most challenging economic times we have experienced in decades. this is a government that clearly is not afraid to lead. in 2010, when david cameron entered 10 downing street, the british economy and the entire european union was in dire straits. since then, mo
and winston churchill and it is not enough to defend this record. the biggest problem for obama is making promises. cut the deficit in half, didn't half. said he would cut health care premiums $25 and it didn't happen. gas prices have doubled. he didn't spend one minute talking about new policies for the next four years. four years it was hope and change. now it is destroy, attack, divide, lie about governor romney's record. >> this affects your state of louisiana because the earlier part of the debate they talked about energy. energy production is up in large part thanks to north dakota and private lands, but the president tried to say in my administration they are up and leases are down 50%. >> absolutely. look at offshore leasing activities and thisy can -- i have almost canceled more leases than sales. you look at offshore permitting down by half in many cases. you look at the keystone pipeline. he said look at all of the pipelines we built. they only approved it from oklahoma to texas. somebody needs to buy him a map and show him how many states are between oklahoma and canada. don't
was unsustainable and that winston churchill was right about democracy i think it's going to provide a marketplace of ideas and the islamist parties if they don't deliver they'll be pushed out. people have inconsistent aspirations. they want to have a more islamic state, but they want growth, they want schools and trying to reconcile all these will be a challenge. >> gavin: morsi aside, people come and go, parties come and go, but do you think egypt that we know today is moving in the direction of pakistan, turkey, or is it moving potentially in the direction of iran? >> i don't think that egypt is moving in the direction of iran. i hope that it's moving in the direction of turkey. i think that that would be a great thing. frankly, i hope that iran is moving in the direction of turkey too. i think it's still uncertain. i covered indonesia after democracy came there in 1998. i look back at my coverage, and i wasted a lot of ink, a lot of trees died of me talking about the risk of indonesia instability of essentially anti-christian programs in indonesia. those were really risk, but they proved to be
life drama played out today at winston churchill high school, by students, for students with the goal of saving lives. >> and you are in a death machine. not only do you have your own life in your hands, but you have their life in your hands too. >> this is called every 15 minutes because of the high school aged person, they are injured or killed four times every hour. >> everyone always feels like that. i can drink, i can do whatever i want. it's not going to happen to me. >> and often causes distracted driving. >> it is very real. talking about the what ifs. >> reporter: or in this case, drinking and driving. >> and to hear about the consequences to see on the news, like someone just died or they will read it in a newspaper. but they don't actually see and feel the consequences. >> reporter: the plot in it this had theater with purpose seemed to resonate with students. >> i think it speaks to us personally when it is our friends. >> reporter: parents too. >> a year ago i realized within a year i would have a driver and i put my own phone down in the car. >> reporter: the churchill d
, no one knows what will happen. but you know, i think we're right in the middle of winston churchill propert prophecy thatd that america will do the right thing wan once they try every or alternative, markets are comfortable until they are not comfortable. neil: a very good point, thank you so much both. >> thank you, neil. >> thank you, bob. neil: progress is possible, folks, more after this. for many, nexium helps relieve heartburn symptoms caused by acid reflux disease. osteoporosis-related bone fractures and low magnesium levels have been seen with nexium. possible side effects include headache, diarrhea, and abdominal pain. other serious stomac conditions may still exist. talk to your doctor about nexium. neil: now it will get busy. the first big debate coming up by wednesday
without it. even if recovery act architect feels -- fear that like winston churchill -- in reality it is creating its own icons. the world's largest wind farm. half a dozen of the largest solar farms, 0 energy border stations, state of the are battery factories, eco friendly coast guard headquarters on washington hillside. it is restoring old icons like the brooklyn bridge and the bay bridge. the beloved everglades. seattle's pike place market and the staten island ferry terminal. but its main legacy like the new deal will be changed. that is also the main theme. it is not a new deal. obama is not a classic new deal liberal and though he shares some of fdr's traits, self insurance bordering on in america, even keel, allergy to ideologues, he is not the second coming of fdr. he didn't grow up rich and didn't battle polio. he doesn't welcome the hatred of the elite and hasn't forged a unique bond with the masses. he doesn't share roosevelt's mistress of credential experts and take his campaign promises much more seriously than fdr ever did. the recovery act did of the the new deal fo
. >> all of stay here. we got nor discuss. coming up winston churchill said you can always count on americans to do the right thing after they've tried everything else. why is sam nunn confident that this congress can come together and come up with something he just suggested the condition being a soft landing not a hard dangerous landing that could send us into a recession. that's coming up next on your money. (train horn) vo: wherever our trains go, the economy comes to life. norfolk southern. one line, infinite possibilities. when the doctor told me that i could smoke for the first week... i'm like...yeah, ok... little did i know that one week later i wasn't smoking. [ male announcer ] along with support, chantix is proven to help people quit smoking. it reduces the urge to smoke. some people had changes in behavior, thinking or mood, hostility, agitation, depressed mood and suicidal thoughts or actions while taking or after stopping chantix. if you notice any of these stop taking chantix and call your doctor right away. tell your doctor about any history of depression or othe
anymore. >>> coming up, winston churchill once said, you can always count on americans to do the right thing after they've tried everything else. i'll ask senator nunn why he's optimistic this federal congress can come together ask come up with something he just suggested, the condition being a soft landing, not a hard, dangerous landing that could send us into a recession. that's coming up next on "your money." overmany discounts to thine customers! [old english accent] safe driver, multi-car, paid in full -- a most fulsome bounty indeed, lord jamie. thou cometh and we thy saveth! what are you doing? we doth offer so many discounts, we have some to spare. oh, you have any of those homeowners discounts? here we go. thank you. he took my shield, my lady. these are troubling times in the kingdom. more discounts than we knoweth what to do with. now that's progressive. >>> back on "your money." back with former georgia senator sam nunn. senator nunn, you made a very interesting suggestion a few moments ago. okay. if congress is bound to kick the can on a decision about cutting spending and
power and to lead the course of human events. winston churchill once said of george marshall, he always fought victoriously against defeatism, discouragement, and disillusion. that's the role our friends want america to play again, and it's the role we must play. the 21st century can and must be a -- it began with terror and war and economic calamity. it's our duty to steer it out of the path of freedom and peace and prosperity. the torch america carries is one of designsancy and hope. it's not america's torch alone, but it is america's duty and honor to hold it high enough that all the world can see its light. thank you so much for your participation in this great charge. god bless you, and god bless the united states of america. >> his seventh foreign policy speech would build as a major. fareed zakaria, the host of "gps." clearly with so much territory covered, you really have to dig through it to find out what's different, what's new, what stands out. >> it's a strong peach. tough on rhetoric in terms of the attacks on the obama administration, but this really just one policy disagr
the course of human events. sir winston churchill once said of george marshall, he always fought victoriously against defeatism, discouragement and disillusion. that's the roll our friends want america to play again it's the roll role we must play. the 21st century can and must be an american century. it began with terror, war, economic clamalamitcalamity. it is our duty to spear it to freedom, peace and prosperity. the torch america carries is one of decency and hope. it's not america's torch alone but it is america's duty and honor to hold it high enough that the world can see its light. thank you so much for your participation in this great charge. god bless you and god bless the united states of america. thank you very much. [ applause ] >> thank you all very much. that will wrap up the hour for me. we toss it to alex wagner for now who will have post speech analysis. hi, alex. >> thanks, thomas. that was republican presidential nominee governor romney speaking at the virginia military institute outlining foreign policy. has he pivoted from national lampoon's european vacation to a role i
. there are two kinds of success winston churchill once said, initial and ultimate. the presidential candidate who comes out on top of all four of these debates including the 1r79al debate will be the one who impress it's the american people with one message, that he can take us to a better place, he can deliver us from the economy we all inherited from george w. bush to something better. romney came out best in the first debate because he denied the path he has chosen, denied the big tax cut from 35% down to 28% for people at the top bracket. the all-out elimination of the estate tax, the big-time cut in the corporate rate. he do denied his plan to limit nate medicare, denied he would kill coverage for those with pre-existing conditions. he got away without bolterring to deny his plan to let the automobile industry to go bankrupt and to dump 40 million people to wait in the energy ro emergency room. let's look at the some of the latest polling in the wake of wednesday's debate. this afternoon pew released a poll that showed a dramatic shift toward romney. this poll covers the four days sibts the
't know if you know this but winston churchill once said, i like a man who grins when he's fighting. so is smiling a sin now? is that wrong? >> yeah, i don't know why they're even trying that. maybe because they lost that debate and quite handily. look, they got their butts handed to them if we can say that. we talked about lying -- >> take it as far as you like. >> we talked about lying and malarkey, we talked about 47%, we talked about abortion in a way that was totally devastating to the ryan/romney ticket. we talked about ryan being unable to spell out his tax cut. look, martha raddatz said, can you give me a specific? biden said, hey, how about this, the home mortgage deduction? and ryan said well -- can you say anything? martha had to give up. so no specifics. okay, we have to move on. >> and we do. joy, let's forget about the whining for a moment and focus on the facts. last night mr. ryan claimed that the white house has been calling syrian dictator bashar assad a, quote, reformer. now, earlier today the romney/ryan spokeswoman was asked about that claim. take a listen to this.
't no ordinary joe. joe biden proved that last night. and as winston churchill once said, i like a man who grins when he fights. this is "the ed show." let's get to work. >>> these are the folks who talk about 47% of the american people being unwilling to take responsibility. it's about time governor romney takes some responsibility. >> the vice president keeps the hits coming after his knockout debate with paul ryan. >> stop talking about how you care about people. show me something. >> richard wolffe on the education of congressman paul ryan. >> ronald reagan -- >> now you're jack kennedy? >> ronald reagan -- >> "now's" terri o'neal on the romney ticket's disaster for women. >> if the romney/ryan ticket is elected should those that believe abortion should remain legal be worried? >> david cay johnston on ryan's sixth study lie. >> can you guarantee this math will add up? >> absolutely. six studies have guaranteed. >> and what's more disrespectful? lying to america or interrupting a guy who's lying to america? >> it was openly contemptuous and disrespectful. >> karen finney on the right wing fr
with a welcome and good morning to you. i know winston churchill said that the best argument against democracy is a five-minute conversation with the average voter. your article really makes me think that he had a point there and i have to say i was somewhat depressed reading your article. >> yeah. it's not the most uplifting set of findings here. i mean, we like to think that what voters do is they examine the issues, they figure out where they stand on, you know, gay marriage, taxes and medicare and then they figure out which candidate best reflects their views. but that appears not to be the case. in fact, gabriel lenz at the university of california berkeley told me that it's often the other way around. voters will pick a candidate, and then they'll sort of line up their own views to line up with that candidate's views. >> isn't that interesting? can we talk specifically about football and sharks. how exactly do they affect the election? >> yeah. well that gets to this notion that, you remember ronald reagan famously asked are you better off now than you were four years ago. and the idea t
. even recovery act architects feared like winston churchill putting it to seem, in reality creating its own icon, the world's largest farm, half-dozen of the largest solar farms, zero energy border stations, stated the are battery factories, eco friendly coast guard headquarters on a washington hillside. it is also restoring called icons like the brooklyn bridge and the dave bridge, the the the everglades and dammed up the river, seattle's tight place market and the staten island ferry terminal. its main legacy like the new deal will be change. that is its main theme. is not in new deal. obama is not a classic new deal liberal. he shares some of fdr's traits, self assurance bordering on egomaniac, harvard pedigree and even keel and allergy to ideologues he is not the second coming of fdr. he didn't grow up rich and didn't battle polio, he doesn't welcome the hatred of the elite and has a unique bond with the masses. doesn't share roosevelt's mistress of experts and take his campaign promises much more seriously than fdr ever did but the recovery act did update the new deal for a new yea
that the president has been weak. he hasn't been decisive enough. he quoted winston churchill talking about george c. marshall whose alma mater was vmi, being a defeatist. he wants to create that aura that president obama has not been forceful and has not been in the tradition of kennedy and truman and eisenhower peace through strength, but in terms of actual specifics as tom fitzgerald pointed out, the only really difference was arming the syrian dissidents rebels, but he didn't say who was going to arm them. >> so many questions we have that could stay on romney and obama, but let's turn quickly to local politics. there was a debate tonight between democrat tim kaine and republican george allen. who do you think won? >> i think kaine did just because allen didn't answer some questions about privatizing social security, didn't answer whether he was for the dream act and also painted allen with one statement repeated over and over again that allen said in the senate that i want to ram their soft teeth down their whiney throats. that isn't the bipartisan patina that you want and i think they both hav
secure our future, that we look back at this moment as the moment we got things right. winston churchill probably said it best. the americans can be counted upon to do the right thing, but only after they have exhausted all the other possibilities. [laughter] i kind of think of that as the moment we are at right now. mitt romney and i are pledging this. we will reclaim the principles that made us great. we will lead and fix this mess in washington. we do not want to spend the next four years blaming others. we are going to take responsibility. [applause] of all things we are not going to try to transform this country into something was never intended to be. we will not replace our founding principles. we will reapply our founding principles. we have leaders ready to lead. we're not going to need to be saved. we a country headed in the wrong direction that can be taken on the right track. it is not too late to get this done thank you so much for coming out today. thank you for what you have done. do not forget the early vote. thank you everybody. thank you so much. appreciate it. [applaus
exchange at the top of the hour and we'll talk about a very spicy winston churchill quote and how it relates to california's gas issues and from california, bottom of the hour, tom gray from manhattan institute, happy feet, and we're not talking penguins here. with , a crash management system and the world's only tridion safety cell which can withstand over three and a half tons. small in size. big on safety. [ male announcer ] the exceedingly nimble, ridiculously agile, tight turning, fun to drive 2013 smart. ♪ >>> welcome back to squawk on the street. taking a look at shares of owens corning, cutting the full year forecast and expecting earnings before interest and taxes between 280 to $30 million, below earlier estimates of 360 to $420 million and the reasons weaker demand for roofing and composite materials. down 9%. "squawk on the street" back with more after this break. >>> welcome to hour three on "squawk on the street." here is what's happening so far. >>> dodd-frank is a nightmare. it is already impeding economic growth in america. these numbers don't square with what's
't satisfy monaco's critics, but winston churchill would have approved. he said ther he once said there's no such a good thing as a good tax and, unlike benjamin franklin he had been to monaco is over the is it not a bad start to the day. lingering clouds. golden gate bridge, temperatures down to the 50s and 60s in most spots. cool 40s in the north bay valleys. by the afternoon, only mid-70s on the high-end. 60s and 70s around i bay and 50s and 60s city coast. cooler on the weekend, showers monday. >>> autumn brings beautiful foliage, cooler ther and pollen. it can make life miserable for many people with allergies. we'll show why this year may end up being worse than usual when cbs "this morning" continues. [ female announcer ] born from the naturally sweet monk fruit, something this delicious could only come from nature. now from the maker of splenda sweeteners, discover nectresse. the only 100% natural no-calorie sweetener made from the goodness of fruit. the rich, sweet taste of sugar. nothing artificial. ♪ ♪ it's all that sweet ever needs to be
the course of human events. sir winston churchill once said of george marshall, "he always fought victoriously against defeatism, the discouragement, and dissolution." that is the role our friends want us to play again, and the role we must play. the 21st century can and must be an american century. it began with terror and war and economic calamity. it is our duty to steer it under the path of freedom and peace and prosperity. the torch america carries is one of decency and hope. it is not america's torch alone, but it is america's duty and honor to hold it high enough that all the world can see it's like. thank you so much for your participation in this great charge. god bless you, and god bless the united states of america. thank you very much. [applause] ♪
on this iconic crutch? remember the famous exchange in which bessie brad dock said to winston churchill, sir, you are drunk to which he replied madam you are ugly but in the morning i shall be sober. if churchill had merely replied sober the world would have lost one of the great drunken comebacks of all time. we can only hope that really is having its moment because actually is is taking a breather. for the past decade you've probably heard the adverb actually in virtually every other sentence. actually i'm going to the market. in which case actually suggests that you're going food shopping is surprising or true that either our personal assistant always fetches your groceries or everything you've said before now is a lie. kids these days use actually so much that it literally kills me. did you catch that last adverb. did you catch it? did it come flying out of my mouth into your hand? i'm not actually perishing but i do feel like i die a little every time someone using literally to mean really the real kind of really not the really kind of really. if you are really cold, for example, you must pu
, the new story, really what we need is a context for what's going on. clearly, for instance, winston churchill, 1946 gave context with his iron curtain speech. we needed that speech, but only for our times. the candidate who gives it tomorrow night, whether president obama or governor romney, the one who gives that context, is going to be the one who changes the terms of debate and it's basically, i think, going to carry the election. >> you know, it's interesting that you make that point about context. we went back to tenth grade u.s. and world history where you teach world war i by saying it happened in this way. part of the reason to repeat that, it is the tenth grade verks of it, but the simplified version of what constitutes the purposes and the reasons for world war i. are we going to see sort of the libya and benghazi situation talked about in that way or is there a way to provide context that lets us see the kind of -- it's not a you-tube video and not an administration line. >> it's actually like something in between. president obama would come to this debate with a huge rec
quote winston churchill. >> it's true. it's true. >> come on. >> you're a woman for all seasons. >> i really am. >> you really are. >> you're many things. >> many things. now the weather. >>> no, just say no. no. hello, everybody. taylor swift -- back up just for a second for me. and tell me your names. >> michelle. >> michelle, that is amazing. how did you do that? you hot glued each of those on? then spin over here and take a look at the taylor swift drawing all the way down -- all the way down -- taylor, you have the most artistic fans in the world. i've never seen the most beautiful stuff made. that's incredible. let's get to the boards here. live shot from chicago. we'll show you this area all because these temperatures are so warm, you're going to say, hey, this isn't october. but this changes. watch the oos in the front slide in the middle of the country. likely to fire up thunderstorms there. by the end of the week, those temperatures take a tumble. so if it's dry outside, enjoy your opportunity. pittsburgh, 70 degrees. even gorgeous in times square. why wouldn't it be? taylor
traffic. >>> students at winston churchill high school are getting a course in drunk driving. they've been exposed to a staged car crash. today they'll hear from a man who knows firsthand about the dangers and consequences and he's not that much older than the teen students. joining us from churchill is steven chaken and the man he prosecuted. his goal is to scare as many teens as possible from driving while intoxicated. thank you for joining us. >> good morning. >> good morning. thank you for having us. >> steven, tell me more about the event that's going on there today. >> today we are going to be addressing the entire school today about the issues, about public safety, that people are being killed while they drink and drive. we need parents and children to focus on these issues, to understand there are danger zones, after school, friday night, saturday night. if they're not aware of what their children are and what they're doing, they're in danger. we want to save a live and enable others to save people about taking keys and making good decisions. that's our goal to work together to sav
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